What is CCI (Co-Channel Interference)?

Co-channel interference is crosstalk from two distinctive radio transmitters utilizing a similar channel. Co-channel interference can be caused by numerous components from climate conditions to administrative and configuration issues. Co-channel interference may be controlled by different radio resource management methods.
Co-channel interference exists when at least two devices are operating on a similar frequency channel. It prevents the performance by expanding the wait time as the same channel is utilized by various devices.